I have an aging aunt that uses a netbook running Windows XP. I need a Linux distro recommendation based on the following criteria: -the distro needs to be rolling release and security updates need to be automatically installed -I need to be able to connect remotely to (control) her computer from another city in order to provide her with technical help -the distro needs to have a simple GUI, possibly one like XFCE since the slide-out menus would resemble something she is already familiar with (XP). I'm open to other DEs, however, if they are easy on the eyes or intuitive. -I'm most familiar with Debian (and its derivatives) and a little Arch Linux, but I'm an intermediate user at best. -The distro needs to have Portuguese as it's native language -I plan on buying a slightly used desktop computer so that I can get a large monitor and keyboard. Hopefully I can find something with Intel HD Graphics. -She can be taught how to do things, but she is clueless if left alone. She uses the computer for email and Skype and receiving/reviewing pictures from her large family in Brazil. That's it. I'm tired of my family members going over there and messing things up for her. They don't know Linux so they wouldn't be able to mess it up. That's about it. I want to be able to install it and "forget it". I want to be available for her in case she needs help, but I don't have the time to maintain the system on a week to week basis. I don't want to use Debian because it's not rolling release. I just started learning about Arch, and it seems to me that I could possibly install and "forget" it, but I worry about having to do security updates. and consequently worry that an update would break some things and I'd have to spend too much time trying to figure out what went wrong. If I have the wrong idea about Arch, please feel free to correct me. Also, I don't know how to control a computer remotely. If you could point me to some information, I don't mind doing the reading. I just need recommendations of what works the best.